drawmokie asked: draw mokie
I don’t even know what shading is anymore.
The cure for anything is saltwater - sweat, tears or the sea. — Isak Dinesen (via keut)
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And so far, all anyone says is, “….you would.”
A school has been chosen!!! SO SHALL IT BE WRITTEN!! SO SHALL IT BE DONE!!!!
Why does this not surprise me at all?
That’s the best part. Not a single person is surprised.
Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you: decision making by my cousin.
I wanna know what school!! :D :D
Seriously, the Golden Nugget is a highly underrated Vegas hotel. This was honestly the coolest water slide I’ve ever been in.
Though, my cousin and I did spend an unhealthy amount of time trying to figure out who in the pool would survive if the glass broke and the sharks got loose.
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My final project for my 2-D design class! We were told to design an album cover for a Radiohead song. I picked Lucky, and this is my final draft.
I miss it even when it’s overcast. 🌊☁ #ocean #saltwaterinmyveins #imissthebeach #balboa
An article on the “Contest to kill 100 people using a sword” published in the Tokyo Nichi Nichi Shimbun. The headline reads, “‘Incredible Record’ (in the Contest to Cut Down 100 People) —Mukai 106 – 105 Noda—Both 2nd Lieutenants Go Into Extra Innings”.
The contest to kill 100 people using a sword is a wartime account of a “contest” between two Japanese Army officers during the Japanese invasion of China over which of them could first kill 100 people with his sword. The two officers were later executed on war crimes charges for their involvement. Since that time, the historicity of the event has been hotly contested, often by Japanese nationalists or revisionist historians seeking to invalidate the historiography of the Nanking Massacre.
Relevant to my History of Japan class right now.